P200-2 Familialization with Information System Modeling

Intended Audience

This event is designed for a mixed audience. Some learners may have no modeling background: business system managers, users who validate models, users who participate in design, project managers. But the event is also intended for all members of the information system team, especially those who are not yet experienced with object-oriented approaches.

Content

For learners with no modeling background, this event is an introduction to modeling for information system design. For learners with a Data-Process modeling background, this event aims at introducing key OO concepts. For everyone, it introduces the vocabulary, concepts, and skills needed for taking more advanced modeling learning events.

Prerequisites

  • General knowledge of the concepts and phases of the Solution domain;
  • experience in system development.

Should have completed the following events or have equivalent experience:

Target Competencies

At the end of this event, the learner will be able to:

  • Explain the purpose and benefits of modeling an information system;
  • Explain how Solution fundamentals apply to modeling;
  • Describe the roles and responsibilities of those involved in modeling;
  • Explain the skills and concepts required;
  • Explain the Solution modeling approach.

Outline

  1. Introduction
  2. Why Use Models?
  3. Modeling and Solution Fundamentals
  4. Understanding Use Cases
  5. Understanding Classes
  6. Organizing Use Cases and Classes
  7. Modeling Techniques and Approach
  8. Conclusion

Delivery Mode and Duration

In-class learning: 1 day

Pedagogical Approach

Presentations, discussions, exercises, examples.

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